Vantaa City Museum
- Public service
Vantaa City Museum has three offices. Exhibition space and the museum’s office are situated at Tikkurila’s old station building, while the museum’s collection services are located in Hiekkaharju. In addition, the museum arranges exhibitions and events at Håkansböle manor.
Exhibition activities are only one of the museum's tasks. The museum also collects, stores, manages and studies Vantaa’s cultural heritage. The museum translates into an expert on Vantaa’s history, cultural heritage, and cultural environment, as well as a learning environment for people of all ages.
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To whom and on what terms
Check the opening hours of the exhibition and availability of collection services on the museum’s website.
Most Finnish museums are co-funded by the central government and municipalities. Museums also obtain financing through their fund-raising activities, including entrance fees.
The purpose of museum services is to maintain and build up the population's understanding of culture, history and environment. The museums are open for everyone.
The museums preserve cultural and natural heritage and keep it for the generations to come. Through their exhibitions and publications, the museums also inform the public and engage in research and teaching.